Father and son have unfinished dino-business in this Superman Special exclusive

One of the high points of Peter J. Tomasi and Patrick Gleason’s run on Superman is their “Return To Dinosaur Island” two-parter, which pays tribute to the late, great Darwyn Cooke by sending Superman and Superboy to Dinosaur Island. The story builds on plot points from Cooke’s classic DC: The New Frontier miniseries…

Superboy is the target of future Batman in this Super Sons #11 exclusive

Time travel is constantly causing headaches in superhero comics, and Jonathan “Superboy” Kent is about to discover this for himself in “Super Sons Of Tomorrow,” a small crossover spread across Superman, Super Sons, and Teen Titans. Superboy is being hunted down by the Batman of Tomorrow, a future version of Tim Drake…

Robin and Superboy rush into the spotlight in this Super Sons #1 exclusive

DC’s Super Sons series has been a long time coming. Originally announced at the publisher’s very first Rebirth press conference, this series pairing Damian “Robin” Wayne and Jonathan “Superboy” Kent puts the offspring of DC’s most popular characters at the forefront of their own story, establishing them as a new…

The Super-family kicks Kryptonian ass in this exclusive Superman preview

If you threaten Superman’s family, expect a super beatdown. The ’90s villain The Eradicator has returned to DC Comics to ensure the survival of a pure Kryptonian bloodline, and to do that he’s committed to wiping out the human DNA of Superman’s son with Lois Lane. Peter J. Tomasi and Patrick Gleason have revitalized…

Exclusive DC preview: Clark Kent storms the Oval Office in Superman/Wonder Woman #20

Clark Kent has been dealing with a lot of stress since his secret identity as Superman was revealed to the world, and this influx of drama has dramatically upped the quality of Superman’s four titles at DC Comics. While the hero deals with a corrupted Metropolis police force and mayor’s office in Action Comics, …

Exclusive DC preview: Superman/Wonder Woman #16 presents an unlikely team-up

Kingdom Come’s Magog has made his New 52 debut in the pages of writer Peter J. Tomasi and artist Doug Mahnke’s Superman/Wonder Woman, but with a considerably different backstory than past iterations of the character. Last month’s issue revealed that this new version of the horned antihero was created by Wonder Woman…

Exclusive DC preview: A superpowered Damian Wayne returns to Batman And Robin

A little less than two years after being killed in battle against an adult clone version of himself (Aren’t superhero comics fun?), Damian Wayne has returned to the DC Universe to reclaim his position by Batman’s side. Still, Bruce Wayne’s son isn’t the same character as before. Damian’s attitude is as aggressive as…